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  1. PsycheTruth says:

    Siili Orava… Yes! In the states, people mostly eat oatmeal rather than
    including a variety of grains as they do with porridge. But yes, basically
    the same thing :)

  2. PsycheTruth says:

    Trying to plan your dietary meals in order to improve your health or lose
    weight, but you don’t know where to start?

    Today Psychetruth News Correspondent Corrina Rachel interviews Dr. Vincent
    Bellonzi, D.C., C.C.N. about what he eats for different meals of the day,
    while explaining their daily nutrition for a healthy lifestyle using
    personal experience and taste. Learn how to balance your daily dietary
    meals and watch your health grow!

    Great if you want to lose weight or get healthy!!

  3. Diamond Johnson says:

    You’re right about the commercial chocolates. I find Lindt dark chocolate
    to be addictive cuz of all the sugar. It’s so yummy. But real chocolate can
    be just as satisfying once I let my taste palate get use to it. 

  4. Liz Lugo says:

    Lately I’m having nitrate free Turkey bacon, with almonds and sweet chili
    sauce in the morning, very satisfying and doesn’t make dizzy like oatmeal
    does (my breakfast used to be oats wit almonds and fruit,), I could have
    leftovers, or whatever. Don’t have cash to buy the good Olive oil, so I
    tend to throw my vegetables in tuber soups with bit of coconut oil and
    curry spices,, I think it’s easy to sauteed onions, garlic, vegetables,
    near an leafy greens with chicken seasoning so I do that too, I’m thinking
    diverting some quinoa in my yam soups too. In college I snack on chips.. I
    know. I generally try to only get cassava or plantain chips because they
    are fried in better oils (palm/safflower vs others that gave cotton
    seed/soybean/corn oil), I used to eat a li of subway wraps, but hey always
    make me feel terrible, so I’m dropping that.sometimes.I have brown rice and
    beans, but I’m avoiding it lately because it’s not filling, I have to eat a
    lot of that to feel satisfied, I like nuts with fruit, if I had access to
    good quality cheese, I totally buy it and fry it in coconut oil, or I’d
    have it with an Apple. Um trying o eat mostly paleo lately because I’m
    trying to loose weight and have blood sugar issues and got tired of feeling
    weak on my grain based way if eating, but I cheat and I don’t sweat it, I
    could buy some pizza dough and top it with onions, red sauce, broccoli,
    chicken, bacon peppers, whatever! I’d just try to keep the ingredients as
    wholesome, and calorie dense as possible.

  5. Rose Harmonics II says:

    I drink fruit smoothies every morning, I am starting to add more
    vegetables. Very informative video, thanks! 

  6. Kristin G says:

    I eat the same meals for breakfast that I would for lunch or dinner; half
    my plate is veggies. I also keep the following in my freezer: chicken
    burgers, organic brown rice and vegetables. This way I can cook something
    healthy fairly quickly even if I’ve run out of food in the fridge. 

  7. Patrick Nelson says:

    my mom used to make foods with no much dressings and sauces and i was
    eating a lot and more freuently without knowing what is going on.
    from the day i started making my own food because im bored with hers and
    she is kinda busy to give full atention into making food i use a lot
    dressings herbs and a lot preparation ,i eat much less and i actually lost
    weight because the food is more filling and tasty and keeps me full for
    much more time.
    this at least worked for me.

    basically i was aiming to eat more delicious food and i lost a lot extra
    weight without having it in my aims or hopes so its a double win for me

  8. Janet Black says:

    Thanks really enjoyed this and have been waiting for this 

  9. Gohr says:

    I start my day with plain youghurt, oat bran and cottage cheese.

  10. Jiachi Tan says:

    I’ve been on a very restricted diet and I found out every time when I take
    a cheat meal, it turns into a cheat week. And I do hide when I’m eating a
    lot. Recently I just heard of binge eating disorder. Am I suffering from
    that? 

  11. Esther Rougellis says:

    I always enjoy your videos and your live chats. …. Keep up the good work

  12. Mashiro~ says:

    I alway eat too much nut. Is baked nuts sold in supermarket healthy if it
    did not add any sodium or sugar? Is it okay to snack on too much nut?

  13. Jiachi Tan says:

    I’ve been on a very restricted diet and I found out every time when I take
    a cheat meal, it turns into a cheat week. And I do hide when I’m eating a
    lot. Recently I just heard of binge eating disorder. Am I suffering from
    that? 

  14. Rose Moore says:

    Hello, I had a question about processed foods. My mother tells me that when
    I put chickpeas in my vitamix to make hummus it’s becoming a processed
    food, and in a similar respect, making a vegetable stock for soup is
    processing it as well. How do you feel about food that is processed in your
    own home in comparison to the food in a grocery store? Are they still
    something to be avoided? 

  15. austinnutrition says:
  16. Laura F says:

    It’s annoying that all the foods big shops that are quick and easy to shop
    at sell mostly processed food. I would love to eat the foods mentioned in
    this video and cut out processed food but my parents do the shopping and I
    get what I’m given for the time being.

  17. Steve Taylor says:

    I don’t eat cereals, I eat eggs almost everyday; an omelet or scrambled,
    over easy.
    I eat turkey bacon 2 slices, and I know it’s processed; but a little isn’t
    going to kill me when I am mostly active throughout the week with
    exercising.

  18. LuckyAvalon says:

    what about Nature’s Path cereals? Out of all the others i find their small
    ingredient list, no gmos and organic products and no preservatives a bit
    more pleaseing… any thoughts?

  19. podbaydor says:

    I do not know whether it is correct to say Corrina is God’s gift to
    pantyhose, or pantyhose is God’s gift to Corinna, but those three nouns
    really belong together in some order (God is pantyhose’ s gift to
    Corinna?…).
    Is there any way to make Kale not taste like neighborhood weeds?

  20. entoblast says:

    I eat raw pecans and other kinds. I hate almonds, what is your opinion on
    pecans for nutritional value?

  21. Kate Socks says:

    Trying to plan your dietary meals in order to improve your health or lose
    weight, but you don’t know where to start?

    Today Psychetruth News Correspondent Corrina Rachel interviews Dr. Vincent
    Bellonzi, D.C., C.C.N. about what he eats for different meals of the day,
    while explaining their daily nutrition for a healthy lifestyle using
    personal experience and taste. Learn how to balance your daily dietary
    meals and watch your health grow!

    Great if you want to lose weight or get healthy!!

  22. Esther Rougellis says:

    Is quinoa oatmeal and brown rice good combination for the morning?

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